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By 2018, machines that will experience the world as humans do through hearing, sight, smell, touch and taste
Computing power is increasingly being distributed to all types of intelligent devices – 'things' - that not long ago would have been used in a completely ‘dumb’ state
Network vendors are increasingly finding their value-add is coming from highly specialised software
Talari Networks can amalgamate the capacity of MPLS and broadband links and share the capacity as necessary
Experts say attack against one part of Wi-Fi network security at Defcon will have zero impact on enterprise WLANS
Internet access in London needs to improve if it is to continue attracting high-tech businesses
London Olympics are a chance for CIOs to show business acumen to their C-level colleagues by championing telecommuting
Latest version of HTML may revolutionise content delivery, but enterprises need to understand security and other risks
In the future, games will crop up in more parts of our working lives, whether it's instant performance feedback or a human resources evaluation
Gartner analyst says the future lies in a hybrid physical/virtual security technology
Buzz moving away from 'network fabric' to the software-controlled world
New Wallpaper created by French scientists hopes to solve your problems by blocking Wi-Fi signals.
Although Fibre Channel is seeing single-digit growth rates, Ethernet for storage is exploding
These days, Cisco network administrators are a nation divided
When latency and connectivity are key, Central London is the place to be
'Ex-Facebook chief warns of disappearing role of IT'? But what about IT leaders warning of the disappearing role of Facebook?
The need for organisations to deploy IPv6 is primarily driven by the fact that IPv4 and IPv6 do not natively interoperate
Policy makers do not understand the technical issues, says HDS's chief technology officer for EMEA
The Olympics are just 17 days away - will the communications infrastructure hold out?
Small cells have been touted as the enablers of 4G, but will they live up to their promise?
BYOD, cloud, Big Data, IT consumerisation and rapid service provisioning
Machine-to-machine communication is starting to proliferate, but data still needs to be unlocked
New website names such as "drama.Youtube" or "funny.LOL" instead of traditional sites such as YouTube.com are headed our way.
Wave of optimisers, monitors, and management products fuelled by network changes
Can Everything Everywhere provide the solution to Britain's 4G deficit without damaging competition?